Niueball is a dependency of New Zealandball.
7balls from Samoaball settled Niueball around 900 AD. Further settlers arrived from Tongaball after a few centuries. Until the beginning of the 18th century, Niueball appears to have had no national government or national leader; chiefs and heads of families exercised authority over segments of the population. In the 18th century he came in contact with Tongaball and became a kingdom.
In 1889, Niueball willingly joined the UKball, but the UKball couldn't take care of him well enough so he was granted to New Zealandball, in which his autonomy was taken and wasn't granted for another 73 years. Currently New Zealandball still governs over Niueball
How to draw
Niueball is unusual for a countryball whos flag is based off a British ensign design, in not only having a YELLOW background, but also having a defaced Union Jack in the canton. To draw Niueball:
- Color the basic circle stripe of this yellow
- Draw the Union Jack in the up-left quarter (using this blue, this red and white)
- Draw four yellow stars on the Saint George Cross (the red + cross) and a blue circle with a yellow star inside in the center of the Union Jack
- Draw the eyes and you've finished.
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|In free association||Cook Islandsball • Niueball|
|Dependencies||Tokelauball • Ross Dependencyball|
|Former entities||Maoriball • United Tribes of New Zealandball • British New Zealandball|
|Little Countryballs in the Pacific Ocean|
|Sovereign Countryballs||Fijiball • Solomon Islandsball • Vanuatuball • Micronesiaball • Kiribatiball • Marshall Islandsball • Palauball • Nauruball • Samoaball • Tongaball • Tuvaluball|
|Dependencies||Cook Islandsball • Niueball • Norfolk Islandball • Coral Sea Islandsball • New Caledoniaball • Hawaiiball • French Polynesiaball • Wallis and Futunaball • Easter Islandball • Clipperton Islandball • Tokelauball • Pitcairn Islandsball • Guamball • American Samoaball • Northern Mariana Islandsball • Wake Islandball • Johnston Atollball • Midway Atollball • Kingman Reefball • Palmyra Atollball • Jarvis Islandball • Baker Islandball • Howland Islandball • Christmas Islandball • Cocos Islandsball • Ashmore and Cartier Islandsball • Heard Island and McDonald Islandsball • Chatham Islandsball|